Cordless keyboard key mix-up!

  Louizae 17:21 21 Jan 2006

I recently purchased a cordless keyboard, and after installing the software that came with it, I discovered that the @ sign isn't where it should be. It's with the 2 key, but now I can't find my speech marks - can someone please help me with this? Do I need to install a new driver or something, and if so, from where? I've tried to google the maker, PCLine, so see if they've got a website, but no such luck! I've also got a couple of others missing as well.

  VoG II 17:24 21 Jan 2006
  De Marcus™ 17:24 21 Jan 2006

Go to start, control panel, regional and language options, double click it to open and change all options to UK english.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 17:26 21 Jan 2006

Sounds like your PC is set to use US english instead of UK english.

Control panel - regional and laguages options

  Louizae 11:22 26 Jan 2006

Brilliant! Thanks very much for your help - my keyboard now works as normal.

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